thanks for the interesting and beautiful lesson! The content was a bit surprising for me. I expected a kind of lesson on how particular voices should resolve within a chord progression. That is the information one could utilize when creating his/her own arrangement. Instead, you present a method generating many well-sounding chord progressions. So my question is how to utilize this knowledge for making good arrangements? Is it so that you practice the method so that your chord shape vocabulary gets enriched allowing you to select the right shape when making an arrangement? Or, is there a connection between the method and its application to a concrete melody line one wishes to harmonize? I hope that my question is not too confusing. Thanks a lot for your answer!